Saturday, February 23, 2008


Even the people bloviating about saving the institution of marriage from those icky gays don't believe that shit:
When Steven Goldstein, chair of Garden State Equality, approached John Tomicki of the New Jersey Coalition to Preserve and Protect Marriage with a question about gay marriage, all ears were on the exchange. Here's what transpired.

Goldstein: "You're still married after 50 years, right? So my marriage has not affected your marriage."

Tomicki: "Why would it?"

And thus our reason for making John Tomicki our hypocrite of the week. If the main argument of the religious right is that by making same-sex marriage legal we threaten the sanctity of all marriage, then the three little words Tomicki uttered in response to Goldstein effectively blow the entire basis for their standpoint right out the window.

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